Capital Tax Acts 2024

Capital Tax Acts 2024 cover

Capital Tax Acts 2024

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"... of immeasurable value to practitioners, policymakers and academics alike"
Law Society Gazette review of the 2021 edition

The thirty-second edition of this indispensable guide to capital taxes encompasses fully consolidated and annotated legislation in the areas of stamp duty, capital acquisitions tax and local property tax.

Changes brought about by the Finance Act 2023 are incorporated and all relevant information issued by the Revenue Commissioners is also referenced.

Split into three sections, the book covers each Act and SI that is relevant to stamp duty, capital acquisitions tax and local property tax. The legislation is accompanied by easy-to-follow notes which set out definitions, amendments, cross-references, e-Briefs, Tax Briefings, former enactments and relevant case law.

This is the authoritative guide to Irish capital taxes and it is an essential manual for tax advisers, tax lawyers, accountants and financial institutions who must remain up to date in these areas of tax.

This title is included in Bloomsbury Professional's Irish Tax online service.

Table of Contents

Stamp Duties
Legislation
Regulations and Orders
European Legislation
Stamp Duty Exemptions (Miscellaneous Acts)
Table of Cases (Stamp Duties)
Table of Statutory References (Stamp Duties)
Destination Table
Index (Stamp Duties)

Capital Acquisitions Tax
Legislation
Regulations and Orders
Table of Cases (Capital Acquisitions Tax)
Table of Statutory References (Capital Acquisitions Tax)
Destination Table
Index (Capital Acquisitions Tax)

Local Property Tax
Legislation
Regulations and Orders
Table of Statutory References (Local Property Tax)
Index (Local Property Tax)

Product details

Published 29 Mar 2024
Format Paperback
Edition 1st
Extent 1704
ISBN 9781526529930
Imprint Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions 240 x 156 mm
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing

About the contributors

Author

Fiona McLafferty

Fiona McLafferty is a Managing Director in Tax Con…

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